Consumer Dynamics Publications

2016

  1. Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View

    January 2016 | Economics Watch Reports

    The US consumer should drive the economy early in 2016, but there's little firepower from other growth drivers.

2015

  1. Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View

    December 2015 | Economics Watch Reports

    As the expansion proceeds, demand-side constraints are giving way to supply-side constraints.

  2. No More Tiers: Navigating the Future of Consumer Demand across China's Cities (CMO Strategic Implications)

    November 2015 | Key Business Issues

    This report will help inform decisions by CMOs on where to allocate marketing dollars and provide insights into where consumption is today and in the medium- and long-term future in China.

  3. No More Tiers: Navigating the Future of Consumer Demand across China's Cities (CEO Strategic Implications)

    November 2015 | Key Business Issues

    This report presents a new perspective on how Chinese consumer spending will grow and recommends strategies to identify and capture those opportunities.

  4. No More Tiers: Navigating the Future of Consumer Demand across China's Cities (Executive Summary)

    November 2015 | Key Business Issues

    One of the most significant questions for global business leaders over the next decade is how to capture Chinese consumption growth agaisnt a backdrop of deep structural challenges in China's economy.

  5. No More Tiers: Navigating the Future of Consumer Demand across China's Cities

    November 2015 | Key Business Issues

    Despite a slowing economy, China continues to present significant opportunities for consumer-facing multinational corporations. The question is where exactly to find them.

  6. StraightTalk® Global Economic Outlook 2016: Escaping the Global Economy's Holding Pattern

    November 2015 | Key Business Issues

    In 2016, the global economy will continue on a slow growth track for the fifth consecutive year, as mature economies continue to fly at a low altitude and emerging markets slow.

  7. Global Growth Projections for The Conference Board Global Economic Outlook 2016

    November 2015 | Economics Program Working Paper Series

    This paper presents the methodology for The Conference Board Global Economic Outlook 2016, including projections for 11 major regions and individual estimates for 33 mature and 32 emerging market economies for 2016, 2016-2020, and 2021-2025.

  8. StraightTalk® Global Economic Outlook 2016: Escaping the Global Economy's Holding Pattern

    November 2015 | StraightTalk®

    In 2016, the global economy will continue on a slow growth track for the fifth consecutive year, as mature economies continue to fly at a low altitude and emerging markets slow.

  9. Global Economic Outlook 2016: Anticipating Labor Market Tightness at Times of Slow Global Growth (CHRO Strategic Implications)

    November 2015 | Key Business Issues

    What do slow economic growth and tight labor markets around the world mean for CHROs? Human capital practitioners will likely be dealing with weakening corporate profits and pressure to keep talent while keeping costs down.